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Black Sheep staff slim down for charity…

11 December 2008
Category: Brewery News

The latest fundraising drive for the Big Push Up has come at an unfortunate time for some of the Black Sheep boys! With Christmas on the way and people stocking up their cupboards and cellars, the account managers at Black Sheep Brewery have vowed to shun the mince pies and Christmas puddings this year in order to raise as much money as possible by aiming to loose a stone in weight.

Account Managers Jonathan Bond, David Croft and Stewart Fox alongside National Sales Manager Brian Smith have started to shed the weight and will continue to do so over the festive period to raise money for the Big Push Up campaign, which aims to raise over £25,000 for the Scott Suite breast cancer ward at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton. If the boys are unsuccessful in their tasks they will have to pay a forfeit of £100 each to support the charity, but we have every faith in the boys to reach their target and raise a lot more than the forfeit price of £100.

The Black Sheep Brewery is urging more people to get involved in the big weight loss race, with one of their shareholders already signed up to lose 2 stone or pay double the forfeit price if he doesn’t complete his task. For details of how to donate and join in with the fun, visit www.bigpushup.co.uk

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